Dr. Wendy Long
Dr. Joanna Milford
Dr. Milford graduated from Auburn University in 1993 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree. She has been practicing medicine with Family Pet Care since 2003. Dr. Milford enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine. Internal medicine, ultrasonography, and the close doctor/owner/patient bond take the lead. Dr. Milford shares her home with her husband and 10-year-old son, 4 dogs, 1 cat, many fish, and a snake named Sarah. Her favorite hobbies outside of work include camping, hiking, reading, and spending time with her family.
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Tabitha, or “Tabby,” has been in the veterinary medicine field for 11 years. She is proud of what she does and holds her head high, knowing the good that Family Pet Care does by providing veterinary care to pets. In her free time, Tabby enjoys going to car shows, cooking for her family, playing with her dogs, and making each day count by making the most of every day.
Lydia has been in the veterinary medicine field for two years. She joined us after graduating from Calhoun. Lydia loves veterinary medicine for the variety of challenges they conquer every day and the diverse range of opportunities it presents. She prides herself on her ability to communicate with and educate clients on decisions for their pet’s healthcare.
In her free time, she enjoys nature, longboarding on the beach, and spending time with friends.
Taylor has been working in veterinary care for the last five years. Taylor loves everything about veterinary care, from the pets to the clients. She loves to see clients going home happy with their fur babies. In her work, she prides herself on her ability to draw bloodwork and communicate with clients.
In her free time, Taylor loves to spend time with her family and friends.
Sally has been working at Family Pet Care for the last three years. When it comes to veterinary medicine, she prides herself on her patience and compassion with clients.
In her free time, Sally likes to watch her kids play sports and watch Christmas movies all year long.
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Remembering and honoring our staff who are no longer with us.
We all here at Family Pet Care want to dedicate this page to Staley. Staley was a true angel walking this earth, and we were so blessed to have been lucky enough to know her and to work with her. She will always be here as part of “Our Team.” There could never be a person better than Staley to show each and every one of us how we should live our lives. Staley always had a smile on her face and would go above and beyond the call of duty to take care of our clients, their pets, and her co-workers. She loved God, life, animals, her family, and helping others. She has been known to have helped people pay their bills when they were in a bind. She worked as a receptionist at Family Pet Care from 2005 until 2016, when she became too sick from Acute Leukemia to work. If you have ever been in our office when she was working, you will remember her smiling face and her kind words, and her helpful attitude. Staley was one of a kind, and we miss her every day. I would like to thank her parents and her brother for all their support and for assisting us with creating this memorial on our website. Fly high sweet Staley, as we know you are walking in the most beautiful place, and we will see you again one day.
Jessi grew up at Family Pet Care and was very close to Staley. Jessi worked in the kennels taking care of our boarding pets and had started helping the doctors in rooms and surgery. She loved assisting in the surgery room and helping animals in need. She was attending Auburn University, where she had decided to study psychology and planned to be a children’s or women’s counselor. Jessi was a great friend to so many and touched many people during her short time here on Earth. She died in a tragic car accident on June 20, 2020. She is missed deeply, but we know she is flying high with Staley in a beautiful place, and we will see them both again one day. We love you, sweet Jessi, and we know you are watching over us daily.